Sounds normal to me.....
Have a look at the battery connections and ecu plugs for corrosion. It would also be worth looking at the starter solenoid for corrosion as well...
ok new info.
Went to a festival in the city today and was in stop and go traffic for like an hour.
Bike got up to 230-235*F. I started shutting it off when traffic was stopped and it was having trouble firing back up. Each time I shut it off and went to start it again it was worse.
By the 3rd time I went to start it hot it wouldn't continually crank. So I had to bump start it.
So I just got home and I tried the tests again w/ the high beam on.
I let it heat up up to 220 and shut it off and cranked it, if it fired I let it run hot for a bit, then shut it off and keep doing this till it wouldn't crank, just like in traffic.
I had a voltmeter on the battery the whole time to monitor.
At idle the volts were at 12.6.
During a crank where it fired it was at about 10V.
When I got to the point where it wouldn't crank, voltage was dropping to 8V during the crank. And after each crank the at rest voltage of the battery would drop each time. 12.6 then to 12.2 then to 12.0 then to 11.8 and it wouldn't crank.
Before the battery was getting to be dead these were the readings with the high beam on.
12.8-12.9V at 5k
and 24.5mV AC at 5k.
So I'm leaning to Battery or r/r. Or both.